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Taliban Butchers Are Pashtun Cowards  OpEd
Eurasia Review

Taliban Butchers Are Pashtun Cowards OpEd

By The Taliban have sunk so low on the scale of humanity, that they are no longer Pashtuns: for a Pashtun respects the thePashtunwaliand will die for the honor it implies. The Taliban have no honor. By Robin Edward Poulton If you sit of an ... Eurasia Review, 49 minutes ago

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DNA India, 2 months ago

The Taliban revival

Dr Abbas presen­ted histor­y of Pashtu­ns, Pakist­an's politi­cal develo­pments, Taliba­nisati­on's politi­cal econom­y The writer is an independent journalist, who graduated from the University of Iowa. She is ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago

When Afghan girls defied the Taliban

For Orzala Ashraf Nemat, the Peshawar killings rouse memories of risks she ran with her underground schools. In 1998, when Orzala Ashraf Nemat returned to Kabul at age 20, the city looked nothing like the one she left a decade earlier during the ...
 Times of India10 hours ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Hope for change after Pak tragedy

A boy in an army uniform cries for the victims of the Taliban school massacre in Peshawar. (Reuters) London, Dec. 20: Only a week ago, the Red Mosque seemed a nearly untouchable bastion of Islamist extremism in Pakistan, a notorious seminary in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago Will the Peshawar massacre drive the Taliban out of Pakistan?  Prospect3 days ago 10 things to know about Tehreek-e -Taliban Pakistan  India Today5 days ago 146 killed, 113 injured in Peshawar school massacre  Afghanistan Times5 days ago
Hindustan Times

We Will Kill Those Malalas: Before Taliban's School Massacre, Militants Warned of Revenge Against Nobel Prize Winner

Last week, Pakistan's deadliest militant group warned that anyone following in the footsteps of 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner and school activist MalalaYousufzai would be killed. We will kill those Malalas, those who are following Malala ...
 Blaze.com5 days ago MARION - 'The Taliban made my campaign global'  Zaman1 week ago Pakistan Taliban slams Malala over Nobel prize  Qatar Tribune1 week ago Taliban criticise pro-West Malala over Nobel prize  Daily Nation1 week ago


Pakistan is uniting in face of the Taliban threat. Consultations continue in regard between all political, military and security parts, presided by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in the northern city of Peshawar, where on Tuesday an armed Taliban ...
 Misna4 days ago How the Pak Taliban became a deadly force  Economic Times4 days ago How the Pakistani Taliban Became a Deadly Force  NDTV5 days ago How the Pakistani Taliban grew into a deadly force  Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago
New Straits Times

Taking on the Taliban

ON Dec 16, the Taliban attacked an army school in Peshawar and killed 132 children and nine adults. Eight terrorists dressed in military uniform penetrated the school's well-guarded perimeter and opened fire on the students and school personnel.
 New Straits Times11 hours ago Pakistan after the Peshawar massacre  Turkish Weekly2 days ago 5-year-old girl shot at Peshawar attack despite Taliban instructions not to kill 'small children'  Capital Bay3 days ago Explained: How Pak Taliban grew and grew  Indian Express4 days ago

Taliban school attack: What do the militants want?

(CNN) -- The scene was horrifying. Gunmen stalked through the school, shooting children as they cowered under benches and booby-trapping buildings with homemade explosives. When the siege finally ended, Pakistan was left reeling and the world ...
 CNN5 days ago Taliban school attack: What do they want?  WCVB.com5 days ago Pakistani Taliban Seeks Caliphate, Vows to Step Up Attacks on Government  RIA Novosti5 days ago What do Pakistan's militants want?  CNN2 days ago
Rasa News Agency

Pro-Taliban cleric now wants militants dead after school massacre

RNA - Whatever we did wasn't good — we shouldn't have organised them, Mr Rehman said. We have got to come clean. Mr Rehman, 71, is the chief cleric of one of the biggest mosques in Peshawar, the northwestern city where seven Taliban attackers ...
 Rasa News Agency1 hour ago Pro-Taliban Cleric Now Wants Them Dead After Child Massacre  Bloomberg3 days ago

Targeting Taliban leaders 'ineffective'

THE targeted killing of Taliban leaders has had little impact on the organisation, a CIA report released by WikiLeaks says. THE 2009 report said that Taliban were able to replace senior members quickly, coalition operations against its ...
 Geelong Advertiser3 days ago CIA analysis: high-value targeting had limited effect against Taliban  Washington Post3 days ago
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